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    Default Reasonably priced keratin shampoo and conditioner?

    Hi ladies, I got the keratin treatment in my hair today but didn't realize I needed to purchase a specific shampoo and conditioner so it last longer.

    Can anyone recommend a set/brand that is reasonably priced? The hairdresser had one but cost $99 a set! I can't afford that at the moment.

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    I got mine from eBay. It had the shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner and some fx repair thing, and it cost about $120 for the lot. Can't remember the exact seller, but there's heaps of them.

    And the shampoo kills if you get it in your eyes lol

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    Hi!
    I use the one from the supermarket,it works great (i have super boofy hair!) and its only $15 -$20 a bottle

    Sarah :-)

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    Thanks ladies. Yeah think I am a bit late for online purchases now as I will need to wash it either tomorrow or thurs!

    Will try supermarket thanks Sarah

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    I think you can get it from places like price attack or hair warehouse (I think that's what it's called). I had mine done about 2 years ago & I think it was $30 each.

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    subscribing out of interest.

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    I ended up purchasing the organix brazillian keratin range from coles for $15.98/bottle. Sunsilk have one too called keratinology and it has great reviews online and was only $11/bottle. But when I checked the ingredients it contains sulfate which is specifically why the hairdresser said I would need to buy new shampoo and conditioner - cos the sulfate strips the keratin. So yeah, that one seemed a bit dodge....

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    Thats the one i use...not the best smelling stuff but really helps keep your hair straight longer:-)

    Sarah :-)


 

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